The Winter Show marks the finale of the Studio Eleven ten year celebrations of creative residence on Humber Street in Hull. From the Jurassic Coastline to the boulder clay of the Humber Region, the chalk line brings these artists together for The Winter Show. The exhibition features a selection of contemporary ceramics by Julie Massie, Adele Howitt, Martin Harman and Emma Williams amongst our gallery artists, with paintings by Deborah Grice and Myles Linley.
The Winter Show, Christmas Event & Open Studios , 23rd & 24th November 2019: 11am – 4pm
For one weekend only get 10% off artwork priced over £50.
Meet the artists & refreshments served: 2 – 4pm on 23rd November.
Studio Eleven, 12 Humber Street, Fruitmarket, Hull HU1 1TG
Tel: 01482 229600
Julie Massie – Ceramic Artist
Julie Massie has taken inspiration from the fragile edges of waves breaking onto the coastline. After many years of teaching art in secondary schools and with her passion for ceramics she embarked on a MA Ceramics course at UCA Farnham, which she completed in 2016. Throughout her MA Julie Massie took her inspiration for her artwork from the Jurassic Coastline near to where she lives.
“I find the chalk cliffs interesting and beautiful; its fragility fascinating.”
Her work is wall based – either shards of stained porcelain that are framed or tiles that are stitched onto canvas to create wall hangings. Massie was selected for COLLECT17 by the Crafts Council, which was held at the Saatchi Gallery in London.
Adele Howitt – Ceramic & Public Artist
Adele’s ceramic art manifests as a series of large and small ceramic sculptures – intricate, seemingly delicate, focussed on microscopic pollen grains and wild landscapes. Adele initiated the celebratory exhibition entitled Hinterwater – a new collaboration between sound artist, painter, poet, and ceramicist, to celebrate the 10 years of Studio Eleven. It sparked an investigation into the wildflowers and grasses alongside the confluence of the Rivers, Humber, Ouse, and Trent, where nature is beginning to triumph and reclaim these waterways and flatlands with plants such as buddleia, rosebay, willow herb, meadow grass and thistle. New sculpture in clay responds to those themes.
Adele has exhibited across Europe and the world including, the Yingge Ceramics Museum Teipei (Taiwan). In her public work, Adele spent 3 years working with the Hornsea Renaissance Partnership and the East Riding of Yorkshire Council to design and produce an exciting trail influenced by the famous Hornsea Pottery. The trail is now open to the public as a celebration of the town’s pottery history.
Throwing on the Potter’s Wheel with Punk Potter, Bryan Berue.
Book an hour for a one to one taster session on the pottery wheel. Hourly sessions are available from 6pm on Tuesday evenings (6-7pm & 7.15-8.15pm), at Studio Eleven Gallery, 12 Humber Street, Fruitmarket, Hull.
£22.50 per person (per hour).
To book a place or to request more details please contact:
Studio Eleven Gallery on 01482 229600 or email: email@example.com